TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS SCOPES OF WORK ... Outdoor Learning Environments 17 and Quads Exterior spaces that
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS SCOPES OF WORK ... Outdoor Learning Environments 17 and Quads Exterior spaces that
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS SCOPES OF WORK ... Outdoor Learning Environments 17 and Quads Exterior spaces that
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS SCOPES OF WORK ... Outdoor Learning Environments 17 and Quads Exterior spaces that
TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS SCOPES OF WORK ... Outdoor Learning Environments 17 and Quads Exterior spaces that

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  • 2020 | FACILITIES MASTER PLAN

    TOTAL PROGRAM COSTS

    SCOPES OF WORK

  • The following unknowns were not included in the cost estimate: • Utility and City connection fees, off-site

    improvements, traffic signals or re-striping of City streets is not included in these budgets. These requirements and costs are subject to change regularly by the City or utility companies, and are best identified early in project development.

    • No land acquisition costs have been included in these budgets, and should be considered separately.

    • No hazardous materials surveys, asbestos or lead paint abatement or monitoring costs are included in these budgets for renovation work on existing buildings. Also not included are any surveys for removal of contaminated or unsuitable soils on existing or new sites.

    • Phasing and interim housing/facility costs are not included in these budgets. These costs should be determined once an implementation plan is developed, including a project schedule and phasing plan for the individual projects.

    Budget Development Master Plan Cost Summary Exclusions SCOPE OF WORK CATEGORIES

    The following comments are intended to lend understanding to the development of the budgets included in the Facilities Master Plan and what steps should be taken beyond this study as the District continues planning for future facilities.   Project budgets have been developed for each school site and District support sites based on program and campus needs identified by the District and school site stakeholders during the Facilities Master Plan process. Each budget contains a breakdown based on the (17) scope categories with associated areas, unit costs, construction costs and soft costs; which result in a total project cost for each campus.   The total project cost includes the total costs to construct the project with the following markups and soft costs applied to the construction unit costs. It should be noted that all total project costs outlined in the Facilities Master Plan are in 2020 dollars. Upon inception of each proposed facilities modernization or new construction project, the cost for each scope of work should be escalated to the anticipated mid-point of construction as a project scope and schedule are identified in consultation with District staff and the Board of Education.

    The following pages outline the master plan and school site costs for each of the (25) existing educational facilities and options for district support sites. These total costs represent the entire need identified for each school site based on the Facility Condition Assessments and input during the master planning process from the Steering Committee, the Facilities Master Plan Committee, and the individual School Site Committees.

    The budgets developed for this Facilities Master Plan include construction costs and soft costs for the scope of work identified in this study, based on information known by the District, LPA, and cost estimating consultant, HL Construction Management at this time and have been adjusted to reflect construction costs within the Silicon Valley.

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  • Reconfigure Classrooms

    General education, Kindergarten, and Special Education classrooms as well as student collaboration spaces that show as a hatched space on the diagrams. These spaces use existing building areas to create classroom spaces that meet the district’s Program Vision.

    Student Union and Food Service

    New or reconfigured spaces at the Middle Schools for a Student Union used for social interaction and casual dining. New or reconfigured spaces at all grade levels for kitchens and serving areas. This scope also includes lunch shelters.

    New Classrooms to Eliminate Portables

    New construction for general education, Kindergarten, and Special Education classrooms as well as student collaboration spaces. These new spaces are priced as stick-built construction (not as new portables).

    Library and Assembly Spaces

    New or reconfigured spaces at all grade levels for Libraries. New or reconfigured spaces at Elementary Schools for assembly (typically the GLC assembly area).

    Repair and Refresh

    This scope carries the costs identified in the Facility Condition Assessments prepared by EMG and what has been identified as needing to be repaired or replaced within the next 10 years.

    Science, Arts, and Electives Programs New or reconfigured spaces dedicated to all electives including Science, Art, Music, Wood Shop, Culinary Arts, and the Design and Innovation Lab.

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    Rather than representing costs as one large total sum, the total FMP need was broken into (17) project scope categories that would be the foundation for the work proposed at each school site, aligning with the Educational Specifications in the Vision section of the FMP. This organization serves as a foundation for each conceptual master plan design and ensures parity between educational and support sites in the District while serving as a tool for prioritization as funds become available.

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    Site Utilities

    Based on the entire campus area, this scope includes upgrades to existing utilities for natural gas, sanitary sewer, domestic fire water, and storm drain services. Also included are electrical mains, distribution, and capacity upgrades.

    Safety and Security

    Includes but is not limited to fencing and gates to support a secured campus, safety locks for all existing and reconfigured spaces, fire alarms, public address and other communication systems, signage, and exterior lighting on campus and within parking areas.

    Existing Building Systems, Toilets, and Improved Energy Efficiency New restroom buildings, reconfigured restrooms to repair sewer lines underneath the building and relieve plumbing issues; other improvements to HVAC units, lighting fixtures, and electrical fixtures not identified in the EMG assessment scope.

    Administration and Staff Support

    New or reconfigured spaces at all sites dedicated to teachers, staff, and parent volunteers. Spaces include Administration, main entry, faculty lounge and work spaces, professional development, School Site IT Specialist, and spaces for PTA or other parent volunteers. This scope includes work to the Admin/front office that may be needed to create a secured, single point of entry but does not include fencing.

    Event Center

    New or reconfigured Event Center space(s) at the Middle Schools.

    Student Support and Counseling Services New or reconfigured spaces at all grade levels for the Learning Center and Wellness Center functions.

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    17Outdoor Learning Environments and Quads Exterior spaces that serve as an extension of the classroom, typically in between classroom wings. These areas promote the use of outdoor environments as classroom spaces.

    Exterior Play Spaces, Playfields, and Hardcourts Play apparatus with rubber surfacing, fields (improved grass field with a perimeter track at Elementary Schools and synthetic turf field with rubber running track at Middle Schools), improved and expanded hardcourts. This scope includes all components of a Kindergarten play yard, including shade.

    Flexible Furniture

    Provides an allowance for new furniture in all learning, shared, and professional development spaces.

    Campus Arrival: Parking, Drop-Off, and Entry Plaza Creation of a clearly identifiable front door to campus. Entry plaza could include student/parent waiting area with seating. The scope includes improvements to parking and drop-off areas for reconfigure or expansion.

    Technology Infrastructure and Equipment Classroom presentation technologies, school site server rooms, and increased wireless internet capacity.

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